FINE ART GICLÉE PRINT
❋ Produced on superior ink-jet printers.
❋ Printed with archival quality, pigment-based inks
❋ Printed on highest quality archival, 100% cotton 'rag' paper.
❋ Very resistant to fading and yellowing over time.
❋ A life span of between 70 to 200 years depending on
❋ Uses 8-12 colour process, providing the best accuracy
❋ Produced on standard digital or lithography printers.
❋ Printed using non archival, dye-based inks.
❋ Printed on good quality but non-archival paper.
❋ Not resistant to fading and yellowing over time.
❋ Not designed to last.
❋ Uses 4 colour process which - although providing a good
THE SINGH TWINS COLLECTORS FINE ART GICLÉE PRINT vs ART POSTER
The fundamental difference between The Singh Twins' Fine Art Giclée Prints and Art Posters is print quality and longevity due to the different techniques of printing and materials used.
how it is stored, or exposed to sunlight.
(Under standard home or office lighting, without direct sunlight, a framed Giclée is expected to last up to 85 years without noticable fading).
of colour matching to all the tonalities and hues of the original painting as well as better sharpness of detail. Sometimes, it’s very difficult to distinguish between these archival prints and the original artwork. Fine Art Giclée prints of The Singh Twins' artwork have been collected and displayed in exhibitions by museums and art galleries around the world.
If you are looking to invest in a high end print that is as close to The Singh Twins' original artwork as possible and has longevity. Then a Fine Art Giclée is the way to go.
reproduction of the original - cannot match the same accuracy in tonalities, hues and sharpness of detail that is achievable with Fine Art Giclée prints. Not considered to be Museum quality.